5. Uninstall newly installed programs
Uninstalling third-party apps could be the right solution if your asio.sys BSOD error is connected to a certain program.
Simply go to Control Panel, navigate to Programs and Features, select the program you recently install, and remove it from your PC.
Restart your computer afterward and check it it works properly.
6. Run a SFC
The SystemFile Checker is an accessible tool contained within Windows that can scan and repair your Windows system files.
To launch SFC, open Command Prompt as an admnistrator and type sfc/ scannow. Hit Enter.
At this point, the System File Checker starts scanning your system files. This should take some couple of minutes to complete, so be patient.
The process will find and correct corrupt files, registry keys, and other system bugs that might lead to asio.sys-related errors.
7. Install all the available Windows updates
From time to time, Microsoft is updating and improving Windows system files that may be connected with asio.sys.
At times, finding a suitable solution to the asio.sys issue maybe easy as updating Windows with the current Service Pack or any other patch released by Microsoft.
So simply go to Settings and check for updates.
8. Check for Hard Drive corruption issues
As mentioned earlier, asio.sys issues may be triggered by hard drive corruption issues.
Fortunately, Microsoft has built-in an easy service known as Check Disk that can fix hard disk corruption problems.
To use it, launch Command Prompt as ad administrator and enter chkdsk /f. The process will start scanning for hard disk corruption issues and correct them.
9. Check RAM for corruption issues
Memory corruption could result in asio.sys BSOD errors. If you are facing a random computer rebooting, computer crashing, getting beep codes on startups, plus the asio.sys BSOD issue, this may indicate that the PC memory is corrupt.
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We hope these solutions will help you to resolve your asio.sys error issues. Feedback from you would be appreciated. Use the comments section.
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in June 2019 and was revamped and updated in February 2021 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.